re·​price | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈprīs \
repriced; repricing

Definition of reprice

transitive verb

1 : to change the price of (something, such as a retail product) In the continuing wave of movies on video that are being repriced by major studios, Nelson, HBO and MGM/UA each announced this summer that a batch of old titles would be rereleased at $15 apiece.Video Review
2 : to find out the price of (something) again The … second reason I want you to go back and reprice it: If your fare has dropped … , then you might be able to go back and request a refund or a voucher …— Tom Parsons

First Known Use of reprice

1589, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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